Way beyond cool – Google Geo Workshop

“Where are you headed to this time?” “Yellowknife.” “The National Park?” “No, that’s Yellowstone. Yellowknife is in Canada.”  “You’re headed to Canada? In winter? Isn’t that cold?”  Yes. Yes it is. From a country smack on the equator, with temperatures averaging 30 degrees Celsius year-round (that’s 90 degrees Fahrenheit), to a far-flung  part of the … More Way beyond cool – Google Geo Workshop

PD that stays with you

PD could stand for Professional Development. But it could also stand for Pokemon Dash. This was a session I conducted to discussing the various digital badges available which certifies educators’ professional development. They come in various degrees of difficulty and have various features. Feel free to share these with your colleagues to raise awareness of … More PD that stays with you

7 things I’ve learnt as a Project Culture Shift leader #PCS

The Project Culture Shift Showcase was as platform to allow Innovators to share on their innovative endeavours and how they have transformed learning within their community. The Google for Education Transformation Center has a helpful list of resources on how to kickstart a collaborative culture. You can watch the Project Culture Shift Showcase video here. … More 7 things I’ve learnt as a Project Culture Shift leader #PCS

So. You want to be a Google Certified Innovator #GoogleEI

Why try something new? This way of teaching has served us well over the years.” People around you Hello there, aspiring Google for Education Certified Innovator. If you are reading this blog post, chances are that you chanced upon the Google for Education Teacher Center and browsed through the various certifications. You’ve probably read up … More So. You want to be a Google Certified Innovator #GoogleEI

Googly eyes

  “So what are we going to do today?”   I like to think that students in my form class look forward to our weekly Monday afternoon lessons, where I use the Form Teacher (Pastoral Care time) to develop a creative lesson for them to have fun with, instead of preaching the standard lesson material … More Googly eyes